Learning from one another

Indian research was deeply influenced by the knowledge of foreign works on the subject, and in turn, Indian maths influenced mathematical work in other countries The skill of doing research, the hard preparation needed for doing new and original work — going beyond the old established knowledge, and indeed the

Cash transfers, the lazy short cut

Alleviating poverty in India requires not only cash transfers but also other enabling changes Advocates of unconditional cash transfers claim that they can be both emancipatory and transformative. They argue that people are quite capable of making rational decisions. And that this kind of basic income support can improve their